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    Hemmoroids
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    kookies posted:
    I am 43 years old and for the past few months I have been experiencing what I believe to be hemmoroids. It is the most disgusting thing in the world to me. It is painful , itchy , and uncomfortable. It feels like I constantly have a bowel movement just ready to come out at anytime. When I wipe there is always some poop on the toilet paper. It literally feels like my anus is wide open. I use the over the counter wipes and ointment and it helps sometimes. It is at the point where now I have more excessive gas than I have ever had , which I am so gassy anyway, and i dont even want to have sex because I feel so gross. Do you have any suggestions. What kind of doc do I see for this and how is it diagnosed.....Please help. Thank you so much
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